Aktuelles auf englisch (15) [der letzten 24 Stunden]
Topthema - Aktuelle Hotspots (1)
11:41 [Press TV]
Riyadh has admitted that Yemen’s drone strikes on Saudi Arabia’s key oil facilities have shut down about 50 percent of the kingdom’s crude and gas production, with the United States rushing to point the finger at Iran for the raids without providing any evidence.
21:42 [SPECIAL MONITORING MISSION TO LIBYA]
In a televised interview with the US-based Al-Hurra TV channel Ahmed Al-Mismari said that the attack conducted by armed groups on the army’s axes was being prepared for a long time with the aim to storm the city of Tarhuna, however all their attempts failed as the LNA forces repelled the attack and inflicted heavy casualties on the opposing forces. Al-Mismari explained that the Tripoli battle is currently under way on seven axes, and “it differs from the known traditional battles”. “The army doesn’t seek for street warfare like the armed groups do,” Al-Mismari added.
15:49 [Unseen Japan]
The huge influx of tourists to Kyoto has brought with it a string of nasty behavior towards the city`s most famous residents.
15:35 [Mint Press News]
The West has more to do with the Hong Kong protest movement than it would like us to know. It’s the ugly face of Washington’s long-standing foreign policy directed at destabilizing one of its long-standing economic foes: China. It’s been a summer of unrest in Hong Kong, and the Western mainstream press has been in uproar providing non-stop coverage of what they’ve described as a “pro-democracy movement fighting for freedom” against the repressive Chinese government. Since March, thousands of protesters have taken to the streets each week, clashing with police and security forces, escalating into a fight over who should control Hong Kong’s future.
Welt - Naher Osten - arabische Halbinsel (1)
19:03 [Fars news]
“Over 2,000 militants have fled to Turkey after being helped by Turkish border guards since the Syrian Army kicked off its military operation on May 6,” the Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted local sources in Kharbeh al-Joz Northwest of Jisr al-Shoghour in Western Idlib as saying. Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours. Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army`s operations in provinces across Syria.
15:27 [youtube/Jason Bermas]
Firefighters and first responders press conference totally ignored by the media
15:20 [youtube/The Last American Vagabond]
This is an excerpt of The Daily Wrap Up 9/11.
8:11 [Press TV]
Hawkish American Senator Lindsey Graham says the US should mull bombing Iranian oil refineries if Tehran continues boosting its nuclear enrichment to higher grades.
Welt - Russland und Zentralasien (2)
15:34 [Mint Press News]
By Eva Bartlett - Russia’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova weighs in on Syria, Crimea, the Moscow protests and more. In a simple meeting room at the Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry building, Russia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova gave me a generous hour of her time in a conversation peppered with bemused laughter at Western allegations about Russia and clear frustration at the West’s incessant vilification of all things Russia. I traveled to Moscow in August, where to my delight I had the opportunity to interview Zakharova.
Another prisoner swap with Kiev possible, but would take time, Kremlin says. The Kremlin has denounced the calls by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky for the West to continue slapping sanctions against Russia. "We have not welcomed it [Zelensky’s statement]. We all know that there is a set of talking points, maybe they have become trivial by now, however, these talking points have been proven correct many times," Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
8:14 [Press TV]
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will find a way to take Britain out of the European Union (EU) on Oct. 31.
Themen - Energie und Ressourcen (1)
7:45 [Press TV]
Experts say critical oil supplies lost due to Yemeni attacks on Saudi Arabia’s production plants can only be compensated if the United States eases its sanctions on sale of crude by Iran.
Themen - Informationstechnologie (1)
On September 10th, the largest individual YouTuber, PewDiePie, released a video where he stated that he would be donating $50,000 to the Anti-Defamation League. Following 24 hours of backlash on the internet from his fans and cultural commentators like Dr. E. Michael Jones, PewDiePie retracted his offer to donate to this criminal organization.
Themen - Medien und Propaganda (2)
15:19 [Strategic Culture Foundation]
Philip Giraldi - Certainly, there are many things that President Donald Trump can rightly be criticized for, but it is interesting to note how the media and chattering classes continue to be in the grip of the highly emotional but ultimately irrational “Trump derangement syndrome (TDS).” TDS means that even the most ridiculous claims about Trump behavior can be regurgitated by someone like Jake Tapper or Rachel Maddow without anyone in the media even daring to observe that they are both professional dissemblers of truth who lie regularly to enhance their professional resumes.
19:13 [Moon of Alabama]
In August 2013 the BBC produced a fake video headlined "Saving Syria’s Children" about an alleged chemical weapon attack in Syria which it claimed was caused by the Syrian government. Robert Stuart has since pressed the BBC to admit the obvious fabrication of these scenes. Today the BBC posted on its website another Syria clip under the title Idlib`s secret hospitals hiding from air strikes
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